El Esparragal is one of the oldest properties in Seville, originating from the Silver Route, and features a number of Roman remnants across the land. The main property dates back to 1615, serving as an Order of St. Jerome monastery until 1850, when ownership was passed on to the Vázquez family. In the mid-20th century, it was acquired by the Oriol Marquis, who modernized its management and diversified its areas of production.
Cortijo El Esparragal currently features an enormous estate spanning 2,700 ha. which are dedicated to different rainfed and irrigated crops and retinto cattle farming, as well as serving as home to a herd of prestigious purebred Spanish horses. It also features 900 ha. of reserves for both big and small game hunting. The property has been respectfully restored, offering accommodation and halls for different types of events, gardens, a pool, a show pen, adventure area, stables, nature and cultural walks, and an endless list of leisure opportunities to put you in touch with nature, tradition and history.
We would love to have you at El Esparragal.